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Fire and Casualty Losses

Fire • Hurricanes • Tornadoes • Wind

Sobering Facts:

In 2008, there were 1.5 million fires in the United States.  Property loss directly due to fires was estimated to be $15.5 billion, and fires killed more Americans than all other natural disasters combined.

Source: “United States Fire Administration,”

Fire and hurricane loss claims are, by their nature, complex. They involve interpretation and understanding of the insurance policy, negotiating the value of lost property, arguing for coverage if the insurer denies that certain losses are covered, demanding appraisal where necessary, and possibly filing a lawsuit when a claim has been wrongfully denied. This is true for tornado, wind, and other casualty claims as well.

Insurance companies are equipped with an army of claims adjusters, investigators, and attorneys who are well versed in property insurance law, fire investigation, and claims-handling procedures. You need an experienced attorney who can level the playing field and protect your interests.

If you need help, trust the Law Offices of Amos & Kapral.


If you have experienced fire loss and your insurance company has not yet determined the full value of your claim, or if you have submitted a claim without receiving full payment for your loss, let the experienced attorneys at the Law Offices of Amos & Kapral help you get the money you deserve.

Call the attorneys at the Law Offices of Amos & Kapral toll-free at (828) 855-3152 for a free consultation to discuss your case.

The content of this page is not intended to serve as legal advice. You should consult with an attorney regarding your casualty claim, disaster, or loss, as every situation is unique.

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 Hickory NC

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